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“At the Cyberbullying Research Center we have been collecting data from middle and high school students since 2002. We have surveyed more than 15,000 students from middle and high schools from across the United States in eleven unique projects. The following two charts show the percent of respondents who have experienced cyberbullying at some point in their lifetime across our nine most recent studies. Our two earliest studies (from 2004 and 2005) are excluded from this because they were online convenience samples and therefore cannot be easily compared to the other studies. The nine most recent studies have all been random samples of known populations in schools which allows for improved reliability and validity. Please see our Research in Review addendum for more details about each of the samples.”

MLA Citation:

Patchin, Justin W. “Summary of Our Cyberbullying Research (2004-2015).” Cyberbullying Research Center, 1 May 2015.  (PUT DATE OF ACCESS HERE). <>.

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APA Citation:

Patchin, J. W. (2015, May 1). Summary of Our cyberbullying research (2004-2015). Cyberbullying Research Center. Retrieved from

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